wiring

[wahyuh r-ing]

noun

an act of a person who wires.
Electricity. the aggregate of wires in a lighting system, switchboard, radio, etc.

Origin of wiring

First recorded in 1800–10; wire + -ing1
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British Dictionary definitions for wirings

wiring

noun

the network of wires used in an electrical system, device, or circuit
the quality or condition of such a network

adjective

used in wiring
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Word Origin and History for wirings

wiring

n.

"wires collectively," 1809, later especially "electrical wirework," from present participle of wire (v.).

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wirings in Medicine

wiring

[wīrĭng]

n.

The fastening together of the ends of a broken bone with wire sutures.
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